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A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.

I am four years old.

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A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.

I am four years old.

Felice


LOL! When I got to the sludge part, I said, "eeeeww."

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On Oct 8, 7:59*am, "Felice" wrote:
A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.

I am four years old.

Felice


Gimme some or I'll tell.
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Felice wrote:
A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.
I am four years old.


I was just talking about doing this with some stale home made spice cookies and
milk. The only problem was that there were no actual cookies left to go stale.
*grin*

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On Oct 8, 6:11*pm, Chemo the Clown wrote:
On Oct 8, 7:59*am, "Felice" wrote:

A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.


I am four years old.


Felice


Gimme some or I'll tell.


Is that what you usually say to four year old girls?

You set yourself up for that

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A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.

I am four years old.

Felice


I just use regular milk, but the effect is the same. I also love it.
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On Oct 8, 10:59*am, "Felice" wrote:
A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.

I am four years old.

Felice


You're very well spoken for a 4 yr old!!
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A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious
sludge.


I'm not a big cracker sludge fancier. As a kid, we ate a lot of Campbell's
soup for lunch. There were two factions (my family is large enough to have
factions), the cracker crumblers that would break them up in the soup and
let it get nasty and sludgy, and the right-thinking dunkers who used nice
crisp crackers to dip into the soup and eat crunchy.

Which reminds me, what happened to saltines?! There's no salt on them these
days!



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Felice wrote:
A handful of graham crackers in a bowl, topped with light cream. The first
few spoonfuls have a bit of crunch and after that it's all delicious sludge.

I am four years old.

Felice


You are reminding me of a private school I attended. That was one
of the more palatable breakfasts--which didn't say much for the fare.

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